Learn how to set up and play a four note scale.
Learn Bridget's techniques for reducing tension during practice and performance
Learn how to raise for different kinds of sound.
Learn the ergonomics of how and why to raise.
Learn hand position for playing the thumb.
Learn hand position for playing fingers individually.
Learn the difference between Classical and Celtic hand position in this tutorial on basic posture.
Nicole teaches a young student the motion for opening and closing fingers into the hand.
Watch Nicole teach a young student hand position.
Learn basic fundamentals for how to sit properly at the harp.
Learn how and why to place fingers onto a group of strings at the same time.
Master teacher Isabelle Perrin shows how to align yourself properly at a pedal harp to avoid back problems later on.
Learn how to sit at the harp for ergonomic playing.
Learn how to strengthen multiple fingers on the harp.
Learn Kim's exercises for strengthening one finger.
Learn how to create contrast by building a "ladder" of dynamics.
Learn how to sit at a lever harp.
Learn how to quickly and easily move levers up and down on a lever harp.
Learn how to create a good tone on a lever harp.
Learn how to tune and warm up in an orchestral setting.
Learn how to play and practice large intervals on a lever harp.
Learn how to play and practice small intervals on a lever harp.
Learn one of the most fundamental harp techniques: how to close your fingers.
Learn how to articulate on the harp.
Learn how to muffle
Learn how to build a beautiful tone.
Learn how to play multiple fingers.
Learn how to build basic hand position.
Learn how to play a single finger.
Learn how to close and follow through.
Learn how and why to play fingers exactly together.
Learn standard fingering for intervals on the harp.
Learn how to build a great hand position.
Learn how to play "Moonlight," from Graded Recital Series Vol. 1, by Susann McDonald and Linda Rollo.
Learn how to play "There Stands a Little Man," from Fun From the First, by Samuel Milligan
Learn how to produce a good sound on the harp.
Learn how to sit properly at the harp.